How much horsepower does a 2007 R6 have?
|Horsepower||73.7 kW (98.9 hp) @ 12,500 rpm (rear wheel)||93.4 kW (125.3 bhp) @ 14,500 rpm (claimed)|
|Torque||57.2 N⋅m (42.2 lb⋅ft) @ 10,500 rpm||59.4 N⋅m (43.8 lb⋅ft) @ 11,500 rpm|
|Fuel system||37 mm carburetors||Fuel injection w/ YCC-T|
How fast does a 2007 R6 go?
|Top speed & performance|
|Max torque||49 ft-lb|
|Top speed||165 mph|
|1/4 mile acceleration||11.1 secs|
|Tank range||145 miles|
Is the Yamaha R6 a good street bike?
The R6 is not the best choice for beginner motorcycle riders. With a powerful engine, uncomfortable ergonomics, and a high price, the Yamaha R6 is a high-performance racer bike that can be a lot to handle for most inexperienced riders. For new riders, I recommend the smaller R3 as a safer option.
How heavy is a 2007 R6?
Water cooled, 599cc, Inline-4, DOHC
|Power:||124.68 HP (91.7 kW) @ 14500 rpm|
|Torque:||69.1 Nm (50.97 lb-ft) @ 11000 rpm (Ram-air)|
|Dry weight:||366 lbs|
Is the Yamaha R7 a beginner bike?
For someone who’s never been on a motorcycle, it’s arguably the better beginner sportbike. On the other hand, the 2022 YZF-R7 is close, capacity- and weight-wise, to the Suzuki SV650. And that’s one of the most commonly recommended beginner bikes.
Is the Yamaha R7 street legal?
That’s all well and good, but for as fun as the R7 is on a track, we can’t forget that it still has lights, mirrors, turn indicators, and a license plate. It is a street-legal motorcycle, after all – which is exactly what the focus groups Yamaha consulted wanted.